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Poll on Police and Crime Commissioner elections

Published:22 October 2012
Fieldwork:5 - 16 October 2012
Source:Ipsos MORI / APCC
Keywords:Commissioners, Crime, Police
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Ipsos MORI polling of 1,281 adults commissioned by the Transitional Board of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) suggests that with almost a month to go until the first 41 Police and Crime Commissioners are elected to oversee police forces and tackle crime across England and Wales, 62% of the public are aware of these elections and that whilst most voters have clear views about who they would vote for, almost a fifth of those who say they ‘definitely’ will vote are undecided about who to support on November 15th.

Technical note

  • Results are based on 1281 responses to a face-to-face Omnibus survey carried out by Ipsos MORI across England, excluding London, and Wales.
  • Data are weighted by age, gender, region, social grade, tenure, working status and ethnicity.
  • Fieldwork was conducted between 5th October and 16th October 2012.
  • Results are based on all respondents unless otherwise stated.
  • An asterisk (*) represents a value of less than half a per cent, but not zero.
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